Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

AB #469 | How to Generate a Flood of Inbound Leads and Position Yourself as a Leading Authority By Fully Leveraging the Power of the World’s 2nd largest Search Engine….YOUTUBE!

In this episode James talks with Desmond Soon and Jason Majoué about YouTube video marketing strategies. Free and paid tools available like Google Analytics, and Tube Buddy. How YouTube is part of a decision-making process. where people do their research on products by watching YouTube videos. Why creating FAQ and SAQ list to determine what customers in your niche are asking and what their pain points are.

Affiliate Buzz #321 – Growth of Internet and Social Media: Notable Online Stats for 2013 – Pt 1 of 2 Play in new window | Download (Duration: 31:17 — 28.6MB) | EmbedIn this edition of the Affiliate Buzz, hosts James and Arlene Martell discuss the growth of internet and social media, including how well social media sites such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter performed over the past twelve months. James and Arlene also look

Affiliate Buzz #282 – YouTube Traffic Secrets Play in new window | Download (Duration: 30:44 — 28.1MB) | EmbedJames Martell, host of the Affiliate Buzz and founder of The School of Internet Marketing, comes to us with multiple years of experience and success to help others make their own online presence. Today’s episode of the Affiliate Buzz welcomes Dan Maynard, author of “Video

Affiliate Buzz #273 – YouTube, An Untapped Source of Tremendous Traffic Play in new window | Download () | EmbedIn this edition of Affiliate Buzz, James sits down with Dan Maynard as the two discuss YouTube as an untapped source of tremendous traffic. What many fail to realize is that YouTube is the second most used search engine online today. With 4 billion video views

Affiliate Buzz #164 – How To Create High Quality Content On A Shoe String Budget Play in new window | Download (Duration: 32:36 — 29.9MB) | EmbedIn this edition of the Affiliate Buzz James Martell, successful publisher, speaker and author talks with Arlene Martell and discusses adding fresh quality content that satisfies both visitors and search engines, as well as a simple Word Press theme that converts visitors without